Adrienne's Autism VISUALS
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Adrienne's Autism VISUALS
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“If you’ve met one person with autism, you’ve met one person with autism.” Dr. Stephen Shore
 
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Use these visuals to help teach students whole body listening. Laminate page one and cut out each visual. Laminate page 2 and cut out one of each picture. Velcro the matching pictures from page two to each picture on page one. Have students earn
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Use this tool to teach students the difference of expected and unexpected behaviors.
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Use this visual to directly teach students when to keep their hands to themselves.
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Use this visual to help teach students how to have a conversation. The top pictures are how to start a conversation and develop questions, the middle visuals are conversation topics and the bottom visual s are how to reply and end a conversation.
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Use these cards to visually prompt students to use whole body listening skills. Cut cards out, laminate and put on ring. Use in mainstream classroom or special education classroom.
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Use these visuals to remind students what is expected. Laminate the entire sheet and nonverbally prompt through pointing to what is expected or cut out each visual, laminate them and put them on a ring. Then nonverbally prompt by showing the
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Use this visual to prompt students how to calm down and self talk when stressed.
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Use this visual for student who are non-verbal or have english as a second language. They can point to their wants and needs and eventually say the word after pointing.
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Use this tool as a prompt to help students initiate and complete a conversation. They pick a topic and draw it in the box, which helps them stay on topic.
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Use this tool to communicate to families how their child's day at school was.
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Use this tool to communicate how the students day was with a focus on how they felt throughout the day.
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Use this social story to teach students the steps and scenarios of waiting to talk to an adult.
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Use this visual to help prompt students how to cope when they are feeling sad. (The birthday cake refers to the strategies of holding up all your fingers and "blowing out" the candles.)
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Use this visual to help students learn different ways to reply to their friends during conversations.
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Use this visual to teach and prompt students through a conversation. It breaks down the options to perform in a conversation.
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Use these visuals to remind students what is socially expected. Laminate the entire sheet and nonverbally prompt through pointing to what is expected or cut out each visual, laminate them and put them on a ring. Then nonverbally prompt by showing
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Social pragmatics refer to a person's ability to communicate socially. Students on the spectrum may say words clearly and use long, complex sentences with correct grammar, but still have a communication problem - with their ability to use social
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Use this visual to teach students how their behaviors make others feel.
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Use this social story to teach students how to follow rules when they go to recess.
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Use this visual as a way to check in with students after recess. They can fill out the ticket to show how much they interacted with others during recess.
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Hello! I have been working with and creating visual supports for students with special needs for about 10 years. I have been teaching in the Minneapolis Public Schools Autism Program for 8 years. I have worked with students with a variety of abilities and disabilities, yet my passion is working with families and students on the autism spectrum.

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